Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Lucky Me....

Hi friends!

It seems like forever since I've had a chance to share a card. We were "lucky" enough to have both kids sick for weeks! And, since they've been taught to share so well, they shared their germs with my husband and I, too. Grateful we're all feeling better now.

Here's my latest card.
I've been busy coloring along with #thedailymarker30day challenge. (There's still time to play along!) So, this is one of the images I colored last week and it's actually on a card now! I used an image from Stampendous and used Copics to color in the image. Love this image! These look like the flowers that come up every spring in my garden. They make me happy. :)

I've been enjoying the coloring so much! And I'm slowly starting to mix colors that aren't from the same color families, too. The image was mounted on black cardstock that was stamped with the Damask stamp from Hero Arts and then heat embossed. Looks lovely in real life. And the sentiment? It's from Ellen Hutson and it's called "Scripty Thanks". I'm LOVING that set!

I'm entering the card at the following challenges:
The Paper Players--A clean and simple floral image
Word Art Wednesday--Anything goes.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hoping to share another card really soon!


  1. Very beautiful. You did a wonderful job on the coloring. Someday maybe I'll be able to color that well with the copics!

    1. Thanks, Trude! I'm really enjoying it! I had a bunch of Copics that I received as a Christmas gift and I wasn't using them because of how daunting they seemed. But I took that Online Card Class and it really helped me learn a lot. I highly recommend it! :)

  2. Beautiful card! The orange tones against the black are so striking and your coloring is fabulous! Thanks so much for joining us at The Paper Players.

  3. Such a beautiful card. I love the bright colors against the black--it's so dramatic and it matches your blog! :-) Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players this week!


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